Best Deals on Scottsdale Resorts

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Looking to get the best deal on a resort in Scottsdale, Arizona?  Although some visitors may not enjoy high temperatures, in Scottsdale, the rising thermometer is applauded, knowing that when the mercury rises, prices at resorts fall. And that means more poolside cocktails, more sumptuous spa treatments, and more culinary adventures – at a fraction of peak season prices. With resort rates starting at $119 per night and to assist travelers, it’s time to get yourself a summer getaway to Scottsdale.

Scottsdale Hotel Discounts

  • When it comes to family vacations, it’s tough to beat the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, especially at 40% off. The entire family will bond during days filled with splashing at Sunset Beach and playing miniature golf, and nights spent roasting s’mores or watching dive-in movies in the pool. (Book before May 15 to receive 40% off rates through Sept. 2).
  • Golfers, rejoice! The Boulders Resort & Spa Scottsdale‘s “Summer Stay & Play Golf package makes for a dream trip. For every night stayed, guests receive a complimentary round of golf, a $25 food and beverage credit, and unlimited access to fitness classes and facilities at the spa. (Available through Sept. 8, 2024).
  • Summer pool parties are a way of life in Scottsdale and W Scottsdale‘s aren’t to be missed. Get in on the fun with the “Sips and Sunshine” package, which includes a cocktail kit, complimentary breakfast, and 30% off at AWAY Spa. (Available through Sept. 2).
  • CIVANA Wellness Resort & Spa is offering camp for adults only this summer. During a three-night, all-inclusive retreat, guests take inventory of the whole self – mind, body and soul – through daily activities such as journaling, sunrise soul flow yoga and ecstatic dance, plus a spa treatment and all meals and non-alcoholic drinks are included. (All-inclusive package rates starting from $757 per night June 20-23, July 18-21, or August 15-18).
  • Refuel creative energy at the former home of late cowboy artist, Lon Megargee, with the “Summer in Paradise” package at The Hermosa Inn. Indulge in two welcome cocktails, cooling poolside treats such as smoothies and frozen fruit, and a $25 nightly food and beverage credit. (Rates starting from $230 through Sept. 2).

Things to do in Scottsdale

  • With eight lakes and rivers within an hour of Scottsdale, finding water is a breeze. This summer, explore the riparian areas through kayaking and stand-up paddleboard tours on the Lower Salt River, with jaw-dropping landscapes and the chance to spot wildlife like bald eagles and wild horses.
  • Coming soon is the brand-new, underground cocktail and live music lounge, Tell Your Friends. Created by celebrity chefs Scott Conant and Beau MacMillan, and renowned beverage consultant Kiefer Gilbert, it’s sure to be one of Scottsdale’s hottest summer hangouts.
  • Beat the heat at Wonderspaces, a 28,000-square-foot immersive art show that’s home to two new summer exhibits, “Well Wishes My Love, Your Love,” an abstract short film by animation filmmaker Gabriel Garble, and “Blooms,” featuring 3D-printed sculptures of the exhibit’s namesake.
  • Stay cool and entertained at eight indoor attractions all under one roof at Arizona Boardwalk. Home to OdySea Aquarium, Butterfly Wonderland and Museum of Illusions (to name a few), Arizona Boardwalk is the perfect summer outing for everyone in your crew.
  • Escape to one of Scottsdale’s 50 resort and day spas, with offerings ranging from nopal (cactus) massages and refreshing facials, to sound bath meditation and hammam rituals.



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